Black Sheep is a Croatian dance music festival on Zrće beach, held within Aquarius, Kalypso, NOA and Papaya beach clubs each summer.
Turning Novalja into a haven of sound, the last edition's lineup included sets from DVBBS, Martin Solveig, Nervo and Nicky Romero, who headed up a pulsating bill of EDM and big-room house across four days.
Returning for another sun-drenched party in 2018, Black Sheep is all about providing you with the memories to last a lifetime.
The lineup for 2018 will be announced closer to the festival. The last edition included sets from DVBBS, Martin Solveig, Nervo, Nicky Romero, Carnage, Fedde Le Grand, KSHMR and Steve Angello.
The festival is set across the clubs of the idyllic Zrće beach. This includes venues such as the Kalypso and Papaya Clubs which are popular hotspots for the music scene of the area.
For international travellers, the best option is to fly into Zadar Airport. From here, the festival is 1 hour 15 minutes by car/taxi. Alternatively there is a direct bus to Novella (which should cost between €10-€15).
For those wishing to fly into other airports (Zagreb, Split, Rijeka and Pula) there are also buses available although journey times will be closer to 3 hours.
Last year the festival was hosted by the clubs Aquarius, Kalypso, NOA and Papaya.